Halloween Paper Treat Boxes

Are you collecting easy Halloween paper craft ideas?  I’ve got a quick way to give treats to friends and family that’s cute and festive! Make up these Halloween paper treat boxes to hide candy or non-sweet treats – surprise your kids, or leave at a co-worker’s desk to make their day!

Halloween-Treat-Boxes-CoredinationsHalloween Paper Treat Box Supplies:

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Step 1. Cut your paper to the dimensions that will accommodate your treats.  Trimmed paper must be 7″ wide, and I found that 5-6 inches was an ideal size for treats.  You can get 3 boxes from a 12×12 sheet of paper by trimming it as follows:

Cut your 12″ paper in two pieces at 7″, leaving a 5″ wide scrap.  Cut your 7″ wide strip into two equal parts 6″ long.

Your remaining 5″ scrap should be trimmed to 7″ wide.

This will leave you with two cuts for boxes 7″x6″, one 7″x5″, and a 5″x5″ scrap that you can save for another project.

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Step 2. Use punch board to create your box templates.

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Step 3. Assemble your boxes and tie one end closed with baker’s twine so that you can fill with treats.

Step 4. Embellish with spooky stickers!

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Step 5. Fill with treats and tie the second end closed.  Note, a small hole will still remain in the ends of the box, so button-type candies would fall out.  Bite-sized chocolates work much better.


Give these as gifts to the kids (and kids-at-heart) in your life!  They don’t have to be filled with candy – these are a great festive shape for non-sweet Halloween treats, too.  Stickers, rubber balls, jewelry, and small action figures would be great additions to these treat boxes!


I hope you enjoy this quick treat idea!


~ Adrianne

Mixed Media Canvas

April 9, 2012 by  
Filed under Core Blog

Do you do Mixed Media?  If you haven’t you must!  Design Team Member Lydia Jackson has been busy preparing the nursery in their house for their new addition and she created this mixed media canvas for it. Isn’t it cute?  The theme is around this beautiful quilt she made with the images of these ducks.

Lydia painted the goose and used Core’dinations to create the Umbrella and Imaginisce for the rain (Glam Rocks). Seriously…we LOVE our iRocks here are Core. The possibilities are just endless!

Here is a detailed shot of that fabulous Spotted Core’dinations! Available in small (Jillian) and large (Tillie) dots.

If you want to see more projects from Lydia around this theme, check out her blog here for a super cute layout with the duck.

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